Barclay Robinson was destined to be a doctor when wine got in the way.
The importance of growing quality grapes was recognized Friday morning as Karnail Singh Sidhu, proprietor, manager and viticulturalist at West Kelowna’s Kalala Organic Winery received the B.C. Grapegrowers’ Association’s inaugural Viticulturalist of the Year award.
Annie’s Cafe and Lounge at Frind Estate Winery has been open for close to three weeks now. Named after winery proprietor Markus Frind’s wife, Annie, it’s got a more casual feel than many winery eateries.
Owners of a Kelowna development firm recognized as one of Canada's top employers hope their business practices serve as inspiration to other entrepreneurs.
The Mad Hatter Book Store has reopened with reduced hours and protocols in place to keep everyone safe including requiring customers to wear masks and limiting the number of people in the store at one time to four.
J.K. Schmidt Jewellers has been on West Kelowna’s Main Street for 42 years and after closing briefly due to COVID-19, the family business is happy to be back open.
After closing the Lost Horn Mediterranean Grill in mid-March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, owner Peter Contos is looking to open for take-out and delivery at the end of May.
A West Kelowna business has adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic to keep its employees working, help other businesses protect their staff and customers and support local food banks.
Phone lines were jammed and restaurants overwhelmed April 30 as people tried calling to order take-out for dinner from 11 local restaurants during the West Kelowna Warriors West Kelowna Community Night.
A BC Supreme Court judge has quashed a bid by Canada Post to retry arbitration decisions that prevented the company from hiring contractors to deliver rural mail in the Kelowna area.
People who have been lamenting the lack of bowling on the Westside since the alley next to the Save-On Foods burned down many years ago will soon be able to play at West Kelowna Bowl and enjoy a beverage and a meal at Whiski-Jack’s Pins and Pints Public House, set to open at the Okanagan Lak…
The COVID-19 pandemic has been hard on businesses. Those who remain open to the public as essential services are under pressure to try to keep up, while restaurants struggle to stay alive offering take-out and delivery.
The dining room is closed right now due to COVID-19 regulations; however, the Okanagan Beach Club Bistro is offering takeout and delivery service along with liquor sales and delivery through its obcresort.ca website.
The Migrant Rights Network is demanding action in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak among a group of Mexican farm workers at Bylands Nurseries in West Kelowna.
The image of Hindu god Lord Ganesha, the four-armed man with an elephant head, should not be used to adorn one’s crotch and butt, according to the Universal Society of Hinduism.
Bylands Nurseries Ltd. made its own public statement Wednesday in the wake of Tuesday’s Interior Health announcement that there is an outbreak of COVID-19 among a group of farm workers employed by the West Kelowna business.
Work BC has closed all its centres due to the COVID-19 pandemic; however, staff are available for all inquiries over the phone, via Skype and through their online services.
One-third of our food relies on bees for pollination. It's that kind of important role that led the Okanagan's Jennifer Krezan and her husband, Brad, to start Hiveology in 2019. “Without the bees, farmers would face having to hand-pollinate many of our foods, but as this is labour-intensive …
Chief provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and health minister Adrian Dix provide an update on the province's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.